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inspect in 1996, a conservative prime minister john howard instituted sweeping gun control laws following a mass shooting that shocked the nation. so should we be learning from this effective example? of course not. >> i guess if we're going to go to planet x. and say it's not united states, some other planet, different people, different everything, i don't know, yeah, you know, but in the real world with human beings it's not going to work, and gun control isn't going to work. >> unfortunately not tonal is australia actually in the real world. even their aninals can hoist a weapon. who is right about gun control? there was only one way to find out. confront the man responsible. mr. prime minister, let's begin in the formal australian way-- g-day. >> how do you do. >> obviously, gun control doesn't work. it can't work. it will never work. so wow was your scheme a failure? >> well, my scheme was not a failure. we had a massacre at port arthur 17 years ago, and there have been none since. >> zero gun mass cers. hold on. did gun control actually work? >> it stopped one thing. that could also
. >> or even if it does-- >> it takes a long time. >> and to be fair. >> john howard and his deputy prime minister tim fisher have had since 1996 to enact their sweeping reforms. >> it look less than three and a half months. >> what? what? ! >> the massacre was on the 28th of april in 1996. in a 12-week period shortly following that, the bulk of the legislation was devised, drafted, debated, and implemented. >> but it doesn't work. >> there are no massacres since 1996. >> you keep saying that, but it doesn't work. my head was spinning. i had to clear it the traditional aussie way. not that way, a walk-about. >> the second amendment is sacrosanct. >> political suicide. >> from my cold, dead hands. >> what the ( bleep )? after three days in the bush with a guy there a kangaroo suit it became clear what the real issue with gun control in america is. >> if guns aren't the problem, fill, what is the problem? >> people. >> people are the problem? >> yes. >> you know what? after spending great amount of time with you, phillip, i'm starting to believe that that's partially true. ( cheers and app
australia prime minister john howard has blood on his hands. >> dow ever think about the innocent victims of your gun control. >> there were no innocent victims of my-- there were no victims at all. there is the photograph of rob, he was incredibly courageous supporting our laws. >> but politically he is dead, bang, just like that. >> we lost an election as we all do at some point. >> but howard is not alone. his deputy prime minister tim fisher also refuses to accept responsibility for these career massacres. >> oh, you don't look at these faces and feel guilt? >> well, they are alive. and -- >> they're dead, they're politically dead. >> i hope that those who totally veto any move to bring sensible, semi auction and auction weapon control to the suburbs of america are also politically dead but physically alive. >> not in i could help it. never again will a political career end in a senseless act of meaningful legislation. >> the verdict is just all of these, all of them are dead, politically not physically, physically they are probably safer. >> it is very dark. >> i mean again, just to
. john howard of australia, former prime minister and mrs. ehud olmert of israel, former secretary general -- current secretary general of nato, mr. fogg rasmussen. his royal highness of saudi arabia, abdul al-khalifa of bahrain, former ambassador to the united states, ambassador sen of india. current ambassador to the united states, ambassador of kuwait, ambassador of indonesia, ambassador amid, hakemi and mrs. hakemi of afghanistan, ambassador of botswana, the german chief admission, mr. hannafeld, please join me in acknowledging and welcoming our global leaders. [applause] i would now like to acknowledge the governor of texas, rick perry. [applause] the governor of arizona, jan brewer. [applause] the governor of new jersey, chris christie and mrs. mary christie. the former governor of alabama, bob riley, and the former governor of michigan, john anglers and his wife, michelle. i want to greet the following members of congress -- senator ted cruz and his wife, heidi, of texas, senator john cornyn of texas, former senator bill frist, former senator kay bailey hutchinson, the speak
prime minister and mrs. john howard of australia, former prime minister and mrs. ehud olmert of israel, former -- current secretary-general of nato, mr. mr. mr. rasmussen, his royal heiness bandhar al sultan of saudi arabia, abdul al chalifa of bahrain, former ambassador to the united states and absof india, current ambassadors to the united states, ambassador salim al saba of kuwait, ambassador patilja of indonesia and ambassador hakimi and mrs. hakimi of afghanistan, ambassador of botswana, the german chief of mission, mr. janz hannefeldt. please join mow and acknowledging our global leaders. i would now like to acknowledge the governor of texas, rick perry. the governor of arizona, jan brewer, the governor of new jersey, chris christie and mrs. mary pat christie, the former governor of alabama, bob riley, and the former governor of michigan john engler and his wife michelle. i want to greet the following members of congress, senator ted cruz and his wife heidi of texas, senator john cornyn of texas, senator -- former senator bill frist, former senator kay bailey hutchison, the speak
. also in attendance canadian prime minister steven harper and former australian prime minister john howard. >>> the united states goes full-on diplomatic trying to lower the temperature and volume coming from north korea. u.s. secretary of state john kerry is in south korea with two messages, one that north korea can't and won't be accepted as a nuclear power. he's also got an olive branch offering direct talks with the north if they are in kerry's words really serious and not playing around a robin game. joining me now from washington, william cohen, former u.s. senator and former secretary of defense. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> how do you interpret this escalation if the north koreans don't seem interested in stopping? do you agree with the now secretary kerry to extend this olive branch at the same time say, you know, you're not going to be able to be a nuclear power in this world? >> i think there are two things we have to keep very much in line. we do indeed need to lower the rhetoric and beef up our defensive capability and offensive capability. that message has t
. the goal was not reelection. and john howard on australia and didn't like germany which was just appalling. he liked sharon. they had a good relationship and want to help them achieve this. it is not true they were internet friends. it was a barrier. there was a language barrier. he is the only person i ever met who speaks english better than he understands it. it was really true because actually he had a series of such formulas. talk about gaza or jerusalem, not much beyond that. and very often, particularly convoluted sentences you would lose it. the chief of staff saying in hebrew, he would then walk and explain in hebrew what the president was getting that. sharon, by the way, in these conversations, there was one thing that happened -- don't kill yasser arafat. do not kill him. you have my word, let's shake on it. in the meeting they had in early 2005 after yasser arafat's death, the president was asking about the post arafat palestinians, thank you for not killing us. sharon replied sometimes god helps. we fought after the withdrawal from gaza, june of 2003 the way forward, after the
have tony blare, john howard and italy's prime minister. >> you can see behind brian na it is quite a crowd. thank you very much. >> of course, we'll have special coverage of today's dedication of the george w. bush presidential library. it starts this morning at 11:00 eastern. . >>> welcome back to cnn's special coverage. we're taking a closer look this morning at a man who is known as misha. little is known about him. he's the friend of tamerlan tsarnaev. he is armenian, has a red beard. his mother shared what she knew about misha. >> misha, everybody is talking about misha know. i don't know. misha, yes, misha -- when misha visited us, we just kind of -- he just opened our eyes, you know, very wide about islam. he was really -- he's devouted and he's a very good, very nice man. >> but other relatives say the boston suspects have different view of misha. officials are trying to figure out exactly what role he played in the possible radicalization of tamerlan tsarnaev. brian todd did some digging. >> reporter: family members describe a mysterious man who had a mez mer rising influe
. >> love it. thanks for sticking your neck out for us and giving us some ideas. john calamos, howard marks, we so appreciate your time tonight. thanks very much. >>> dreamworks animation, meanwhile, the stock making big news after reporting earnings tonight in the extended hours. let's get to josh lipton. >> dreamworks reports investors moving in. that stock is spiking here in the after-hours. we'lt yot up on on the bottom line, the street was looking for a loss, a loss of 3 cents. instead, the company turns in a gain of 7 cents. dreamworks turns in revenue of $135 million. the ceo saying the year off to an outstanding start for dreamworks. he also mentions specifically one movie, maria, "the croods," they reached a blockbuster level of nearly $480 million, well on its way to becoming the number one movie released during the first four months of 2013. dreamworks up about 8% right now in the after-hours. maria, back to you. >> thank you so much, josh. >>> up next, pensions have come under fire, but coming up, we've got the person who ran a portfolio that wiped out $97 billion in losses. the
in old hollywood movies, the movies of john ford and howard hawks and particularly in hitchcock. films were filled with homages to one director or another, and often entire films, particularly brian de palma's became reworkings of hitchcock's films. surprise. hey, now you know you're not supposed to cut the cake until you make a wish and blow out the candles. well, i was very interested in that period of my career of learning how to express as clear in images as possible. and many directors of course are drawn to hitchcock. so i patterned something on very much like "psycho" and then created ways of characters observing others and following each other and learning specific hitchcock vocabulary. (loud, disturbing music) what is cinema and how do you express things in purely cinematic terms without trying other forms, which are, basically, me talking to the camera. (loud, disturbing music) it did become a limitation and even somebody like de palma would say later in the 80s, after working off good scripts,
of the united kingdom. former prime minister and mrs. john howard of australia, former prime minister and mrs. ehud olmert of israel, former secretary general -- current secretary general of nato, mr. fogg rasmussen. his royal highness of saudi arabia, abdul al-khalifa of bahrain, former ambassador to the united states, ambassador sen of india. current ambassador to the states, ambassador of kuwait, ambassador of indonesia, ambassador amid, hakemi and mrs. hakemi of afghanistan, ambassador of botswana, the german chief admission, mr. hannafeld, please join me in acknowledging and welcoming our global leaders. \[applause] i would now like to acknowledge the governor of texas, rick perry. \[applause] the governor of arizona, jan brewer. \[applause] the governor of new jersey, chris christie and mrs. mary christie. the former governor of alabama, bob riley, and the former governor of michigan, john anglers and his wife, michelle. i want to greet the following members of congress -- senator ted cruz and his wife, heidi, of texas, senator john cornyn of texas, former senator bill frist, former sen
the list. tony blair, john howard, prime ministering homert and spain's aznar in attendance in dallas. >> gretchen: dana will join us in 28 minutes. in the meantime, we have headlines. fox news alert, massive fire that started with explosions on two fuel barges rocked by a 7th explosion. the fire raging. this is mobile, alabama. three people severely burned. the fire so intense, firefighters forced to let it burn out on its own. across the river -- you got to say this ship is cursed at this point. this is the carnival triumph. it's docked for repairs in the same vicinity. had to be evacuated. that's the ship left drifting for days. no power and few working toilets and a lot of upset passengers. >>> instead of serving up a delicious sauce, the chef served up deadly pesticide instead. one person died after a chef in china mistakenly added the pesticide to the sauce. he was making lunch for some construction workers. the chef, along with 20 other people, also got sick. police say it was a crime of negligence. no word if anyone will be charged. >>> attention, on-line shoppers. your sales
. sharee blair of the united kingdom. former prime minister and mrs. john howard of australia, former prime minister and mrs. ehud olmert of israel, former secretary general -- current secretary general of nato, mr. fogg rasmussen. his royal highness of saudi arabia, abdul al-khalifa of bahrain, former ambassador to the united states, ambassador sen of india. current ambassador to the united states, ambassador of kuwait, ambassador of indonesia, ambassador amid, hakemi and mrs. hakemi of afghanistan, ambassador of botswana, the german chief admission, mr. hannafeld, please join me in acknowledging and welcoming our global leaders. [applause] i would now like to acknowledge the governor of texas, rick perry. [applause] the governor of arizona, jan brewer. [applause] the governor of new jersey, chris christie and mrs. mary christie. [applause] the former governor of alabama, bob riley, and the former governor of michigan, john anglers and his wife, michelle. i want to greet the following members of congress -- senator ted cruz and his wife, heidi, of texas, senator john cornyn of texas, forme
. >> john: could this help? rand paul going to howard help the g.o.p. get the-- >> they call him the new republican which means you excuse racism more than you excuse rape. there is this idea that i read through the speech as well and it just felt like a lot platitude. and he has to stand in front of the arc american and say its still their party. as an eye doctor that's bad vision. >> the government and authority should be out of our lives but he was glad to have them there when they were tackling the guy with the sign. >> john: we'll end now with nazis. up next. you. >> john: time for tonight's f bomb there has been a lot of exaggerated inflammatory rhetoric about gun control recently. let me tell you settle, exaggerated inflammatory rhetoric is worse than hitler. hitler was really big on gun safety laws. and the first thing that nazis did when they took power was outlaw firearms. if you don't believe me go on twitter and search hitler and gun control. see the response to senator pat toomey and joe manchin's bipartisan gun safety plan from the american illiterati. rush limbouses this f
. what must be saying to john king of cnn, priceless. and howard is the editorial director of the media group. i have to start with you. this barbara bush is really like -- i have to go back to mitchell in the nixon administration, martha mitchell. this woman has something to say here. >> she's nothing like martha mitchell because everything barbara bush says is said deliberately and for effect. she this is queen mother of the presidency. and she has been both the wife and mother of presidents. the way i view that, wayne may disagree, is that she knows what she's doing here. she said similar things, not quite in this same word, but similar things when george w. was thinking of running, when she had two people, including jeb, who were thinking of running back in the late '90s. i think she's lowering expectations and she wouldn't mind at all if jeb ran, that's my view. >> you think it was sort of a cuff, a mother's cuff on the cub, warning him of what's out there. >> exactly. >> it wasn't to undercut h his -- how do you read it? do you read the same way as howard, a mother's loving warnin
two of wall street's biggest name, john calamos and oak tree capital chairman howard marks will be with me telling me where they're finding opportunities in this market. and we're also talking with the russian billionaire, uri milner. >>> welcome back. we have good news for consumers to report. gas prices continuing to decline, despite the upcoming start of the summer driving season. let's get up with sharon epperson. she's at the nymex with that angle. >> maria, when it comes to what we pay at the pump, it all comes from gasoline futures in large part. that is what indicates what you're going to pay at the gas pump. and that's down about 10% in the month of april, looking at the futures contract. and what does this mean? we've seen prices at the pump at $3.50 a gallon or so, slightly above that level, today, down about 13 cents in the past month or so. and we're looking at prices that, according to aaa, could fall all the way to $3.20 to $3.40 a gallon by the middle of the summer. we usually see prices peak in the spring and then start to decline as the summer driving seas
a speech at the historically black howard university in washington. not everyone would call his speech a smashing success. here is john stewart with a recap. >> we see horrible jim crowe and horrible racism that happened in the '30s, '40s, '50s. it was all democrats. it wasn't republicans. >> right. but for the most part, those bigoted democrats, in the '30s, '40s, and '50s became republicans post the modern civil rights era because of it. you can't just yada-yada-yada. of the problem with this theory all that stands between the republicans and a plurality of the black vote is a history lesson is, well, enjoy. >> if i would have said who do you think the founders of the naacp are, do you think they were republicans or democrats? would everyone in here know they were all republicans? >> yes. >> all right. you know more than i know. i don't mean that to be insulting. i don't know what you know. i'm trying to find out what the connection is. >> calm down, everybody. just calm down. red team, start the car. remove the vanilla bean from the hot chocolate. red team. >> anyway, the senator al
people kind of missed. >> ezra klein of the "washington post." congressman john yarmuth. thank you, gentlemen. >>> coming up, rand paul at howard university. while bill o'reilly waxes on about a time of an old white mickey mouse club. stay with us. >> white america was kind of uni unified. standards of behavior were very similar. that unification made it easier for society to function. [ female announcer ] birdhouse plans. nacho pans. glass on floors. daily chores. for the little mishaps you feel use neosporin to help you heal. it kills germs so you heal four days faster. neosporin. use with band-aid brand bandages. i took something for my sinuses, but i still have this cough. [ male announcer ] a lot of sinus products don't treat cough. they don't? [ male announcer ] nope, but alka seltzer plus severe sinus does it treats your worst sinus symptoms, plus that annoying cough. [ breathes deeply ] ♪ oh, what a relief it is [ angry gibberish ] i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insu
of frustration over a controversial issue. john alstoth is live outside the inter continue continental hotel where the president is spending the night. >> first off traffic is an absolute mess around the inter continental hotel. howard street is closed between fourth and fifth and traffic is being flushed to fourth street. this will be the case into the morning rush. the president got to the hotel about two hours ago after a lucrative evening. the presidential limo pulled up and a shaw rowed was pulled shut in san francisco. two blocks away, hundreds of demonstrators did their best to voice their opposition to the proposed keystone oil pipeline project that would run from canada to the gulf coast. >> it is too late. it is already too late. we need to be reforming all of our energy and policy right now. >> inside oil heir and his wife were hosting a dinner for 75 guests who had to pay $32,000 each for the opportunity to get the president's ear. >> i think you can't help the 1% if you are elected president, but can be a part of 99%. >> they are raising money for the congressional democrats. hi
. >> william howard taft. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no. john f. kennedy. he said that. the fine american. [ ♪ battle hymn of republic ♪ ] >> stephanie: because i can't even explain what the sexy liberals are like. it is not just a comedy show. we had a huge, long q&a -- first of all, it is like rocky horror. they assume you're opt phone lines. actually the best lines were from people in the audience, not me. it continues the tradition of the show. >> i remember doing a time warp. >> stephanie: i'm talking here! oh, you know what the kids did? you know what the kids are doing today. holding lighters up like we used to. >> they're holding their iphones with pictures of lighters. >> stephanie: right. mama was startled at the end of the show. i was like what is going on because you know i don't leave the house. >> pretty soon there will be pictures of people holding pictures of phones. >> when was the last time you went to a concert? was it peter frampton? >> stephanie: perhaps. is there a problem with that? i was there when fraphton came alive. you're jealous. >> the whole concert would
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howard mexonbomb of ohio six months before he died he mover to do florida so he wouldn't have to pay the ohio estate tax. john kerry buying a yacht and harboring it in rhode island. their behavior is not bad. it's their words it's their policies, it's their recommendations and influence on others that is so hypocritical and disgusting. >> who would have thought actors and politicians would be hypocrit hypocrites? >> thank you art laffer. >> thank you very much, john. >> coming up what would be a good tax business? a quiz on tax breaks. can you tell what's real and what's fake? hey america, even though she doesn't need them, cheryl burke is cha-cha-ing in depend silhouette briefs for charity, to prove that with soft fabric and waistband, the best protection looks, fits, and feels just like underwear. get a free sample and try for yourself. what do you think of this one? ♪ ♪ really? ♪ ♪ what's this? this is a rose i made from a turnip. let's try together. ♪ ♪ perfect. two worlds that fit in one kitchen. come in today and save up to 20% on a kitchen from ikea. >> have you
's hillary. by the way, what he said to john king of cnn, priceless. that's one of the great commercials. can mean anything. wayne slater, co-author of "bush's brain" and howard fineman. howard, i've got to start with you. this barbara bush is really like -- i was trying to think of -- i have to go back all the way to mitchell in the nixon administration, martha mitchell. this woman had something to say here. >> she's nothing like martha mitchell because everything barbara bush says is said deliberately and for effect. she is the queen mother of the presidency. and she has been both the wife and the mother of presidents and the way i view that, wayne may disagree, is that she's -- she knows what she's doing here. she said similar things, not quite in the same words but similar things when george w. was thinking of running and two people, including jeb, thinking of running back in the late '90s. so i think she's -- she's lowering expectations and she wouldn't mind at all if jeb ran. that's my view. >> so you think it was just sort of a cuff, a mother's cuff on a cub? >> yeah, exactly. >> how d
. ♪ and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. ♪ cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> i am back with howard bragman and robbie vorhaus. before the break we talked about anthony weiner, tiger woods, and not everyone succeeds in rescuing their reputations like o.j. simpson may be an example, john edwards, so why are some able to come back and others not, robbie? >> remember, bill clinton didn't come back as a leader. he came back as a humanitarian. here is a guy at first denied it and then admitted it and went on to use his legacy to do great things. john edwards on the other hand is never going to be able to return and lance armstrong, here is an athlete that lied and cheated and hurt so many people along with the sport and he is not going to be able to come back as an athlete either. >> are you saying it really has something to do with the offense, the act, and less so about who the person is or what they did to apologize or any of those things that howard mentioned time has toy lapse the way in which they handled, et cetera, robbie? >> howard is right. if you look at oscar pistorius, he ki
will be at the home of marsha and john goldman. the cheapest ticket there $1,000. >>> the president boards air force one at 1:40 this afternoon. we do want to give you a traffic update. avoid howard between 4th and 6th. it will be shut down until around 10:00 at least. mission is open but there's only two lanes each direction. unlike howard. and we have seen people begin to trickle out of inter continental. the president may be getting ready to leave. we will keep you posted. you can see there are a bunch of cops here on motorcycles so we're told he is the one escorting the president as he makes his way down for those two fundraisers. live from san francisco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. we'll have more coverage of the bay area visit on ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >> police arrested several people involved in a string of unrelated home invasions. just after 2:00 p.m. yesterday, police arrested one man for reportedly stealing electricity. at 3:00 p.m. on the 1700 block of sacramento street, police arrested one man for trespassing. two hours later, police arrested two men for attempted burglary
of liz simons and mark hiesing. then at 12:30 he will be at the home of marsha and john goldman. the cheapest ticket there $1,000. >>> the president boards air force one at 1:40 this afternoon. we do want to give you a traffic update. avoid howard between 4th and 6th. it will be shut down until around 10:00 at least. mission is open but there's only two lanes each direction. unlike howard. and we have seen people begin to trickle out of inter continental. the president may be getting ready to leave. we will keep you posted. you can see there are a bunch of cops here on motorcycles so we're told he is the one escorting the president as he makes his way down for those two fundraisers. live from san francisco ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. we'll have more coverage of the bay area visit on ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >> police arrested several people involved in a string of unrelated home invasions. just after 2:00 p.m. yesterday, police arrested one man for reportedly stealing electricity. at 3:00 p.m. on the 1700 block of sacramento street, police arrested one man for trespas
it one clear leader. >> howard, you do have a group of republicans, two happen to be from georgia and two happen to be from tennessee. pat toomey and lindsey graham and john mccain, a group probably take us to some bipartisan compromises in other areas, as well as gun? >> i agree with that. as a reporter in kentucky i see that mitch mcconnell is missing in action in all of this. he signed on to the filibuster threat. he is up for 2014 in kentucky and still worried about a dhalg from t -- about a challenge from the right in his own party. >> they are saying in kentucky he is vestibuly challenged. >> i'm sorry. a phrase i shouldn't have used. >> i have a collection of words you shouldn't use if you want me to understand them and all in charles' piece! so many big words! >> i so implefressed that the people from alabama can understand my pieces. >> they certainly can. charles, what is your biggest concern about universal checks that toomey put through to debate? >> all of the debate in the conversation this morning, yesterday on this show and also has been about politics. come to get the sen
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